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Review on The Right Badminton RacketsChoosing a perfect racket is a technical task. Isn't it? Well, its not that tough, if you know what to look for? You need to focus on some basic features of it like weight, string tension, and grip. Then you can conveniently choose the one which suits your gaming style. In this blog, we are going to talk about the weight of the racket. How rackets are classified based on their weight? Which one should you go for? The weight of a good quality racket ranges from 83 grams to 100 grams. Its weight should not cross the limit of 100 grams. Most of the racket manufacturers employ 1U, 2U, 3U, 4U to show the weight, 4U being the lightest and 1U the heaviest. While looking for a racket, you don't need to be overly economical. A low priced racket is usually heavier as it is manufactured out of cheaper material. A light racket, on the other hand, is quite costlier due to its superior low weight carbon steel material.
Based on weight distribution, there are Head-Heavy, Head-Light, and Even Balance rackets.
By having extra mass in the head, these rackets can deliver extra power for smashes. These are popular with players who love the aggressive and powerful game and mostly in single games. Players with stronger wrists can choose to play with heavier rackets. The weight of the racket can be utilized to derive more power out of it.
These are much easier to swing and turn the frame as well as the head, and have lesser weight. This flexibility helps in defending the attacks of the opponents smashes. Comparatively, they are more suitable for the doubles than singles.
These rackets lie in between the two; Head-Light and Head-Heavy rackets, in terms of properties and weight. They have a balanced proportion, both power and control. Even balanced rackets are often preferred by newbies who are yet to discover their strength and weakness. They help to train you into an all-rounder.
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